Global Chemical Regulation Highlights | September 2023
Oct 08, 2023
In September of 2023, China set the aim to enact the Law on Safety of Hazardous Chemicals by the end of 2028. Japan proposed to prohibit the manufacture, import, and use of PFHxS, its isomers and their salts, and prohibit the import of certain products in which such chemicals were used. Australia proposed changes to the rules regarding chemical introduction categorization, reporting, and record-keeping under AICIS. South Korea disclosed chemicals names and CAS numbers of 257 new chemical substances previously registered under K-REACH as their CBI protection periods expired. Indian officials clarified mandatory declarations of IUPAC name and CAS number for import on an offline meeting.
September of 2023 has witnessed many chemical regulatory changes in the global chemical industry. To help you keep abreast of chemical regulation updates, ChemLinked presents a monthly recap, which delivers major regulation dynamics around the globe. Find out what’s new on chemical regulation in September below:
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